Now that we explored all the core features of Maven, we are ready to use them together to manage the build process of Java EE applications. Usually, EE applications consist of several WAR and JAR archives, and so the Maven way to manage them is to create a multimodule Maven project.
As we have already seen in the preceding examples, and also when we spoke of WAR packaging, we have to put the web application resources (JSP files, deployment
/src/main/webapp. This is the default value for the
warSourceDirectory configuration property of the Maven WAR Plugin.
In addition, we can define other web resource directories and activate resource filtering for the ...